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Global Travel Spurs Legal Knowledge for Attorney Vater

Many spend the holiday season resting and relaxing at home with friends and family. But not Attorney Michael Vater. He literally traveled around the globe over the Christmas and New Years’ period. Michael visited six countries in three continents on his travels — five for the first time — and reached some impressive personal milestones…

What is a Contingency Fee in a Personal Injury case?

In the State of Florida, all Personal Injury cases are handled on a “Contingency Fee” basis. What does that mean? You’ve likely seen the words “contingency fee” associated with Personal Injury claims. In plain speak, all that phrase means is that you pay nothing for an attorney to take your case. Instead of paying an attorney…

How to Speak to Insurance Companies After An Accident

After a car accident, one of the most important actions you can take is calling your insurance company. Speaking to your own insurance company, and the insurance company of the other driver, is a key part of your Personal Injury process. To help you go about it the right way, Personal Injury Attorney Grant J….

If I am hurt, do I have a Personal Injury claim?

Just because you were injured does not necessarily mean you have a Personal Injury claim. Someone else has to be at fault. The Personal Injury Department of The Ticktin Law Group receives no shortage of phone calls from folks all over South Florida who want to know if they have a Personal Injury claim. Some…

Deficiency Judgments in Florida Foreclosure Actions

Foreclosure defense is a very demanding and intricate process. A foreclosure defense attorney must understand and implement multiple fields of law including, but not limited to: real property and litigation law. Failure to have such experience and knowledge may lead a homeowner into being required to pay what the bank, even after the bank has…

What is liability in a Personal Injury case?

Liability is the determination of fault in your Personal Injury case. Any successful Personal Injury claim is going to contain two crucial parts: liability and damages. Is the other person responsible for what happened? That’s known as liability. Learn more about liability – Lay the Groundwork for A Successful Personal Injury Claim: Your Crucial First…

What is the Difference Between Specific and General Liens?

There are two different types of liens that an individual may have over real property: specific and general. A specific lien is granted only with respect to a particular asset. In foreclosure, the specific asset is the real property that is subject to the foreclosure. A specific lien also occurs in the context of real…

What should I look for in a South Florida Personal Injury Attorney?

You’re considering legal representation… but what should you look for in your new Personal Injury lawyer? Here’s the truth: there is no shortage of Personal Injury Attorneys here in South Florida. Take a drive down 1-95 and what do you see? Billboard after billboard from large Personal Injury firms advertising the millions of dollars their…